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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 25, 1899.
This tract of most desirable Suburban property
noAv being opened up with residence sites, lies about three
miles from this city, in a northeasterly direction.
It has an elevation of over 200 feet above sea level,
commanding a magnificent view of the Ocean, Koko Head,
Manoa and Pablo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
tnrl Oaliu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tirely removed from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
ing the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
give access 1 1 the property, and are crossed by six avenues.
Seven of tin e Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
course of "'traction.
r-iv. its position it is entirely removed from the high
heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
from its solt ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
. mping plant, in the course of installation, settles
h of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
of this pr rty at Government rates ; this flow of water being
assuted ir a two 12-inch wells which under measurement
! , 4.000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
e lots contain an area of 1?,000 square feet each,
- vo sizes 100 x 150 and 7? x 200.
' WS : $400 per lot, $50 additional for corners, spot
) per lot, $50 additional for corners $20 cash, and
$10 mont! iy installments per lot.
On and after June 1st the above pur
chase price will be advanced $50 pep lot.
AAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
and arc 1
JCu. it ; ' j comer Kecaumokti and Klnau sis..
r ' 1 utlJIne. next to handsome residences
jo, tlgM fine Residence Lots facing on
ind Klnau streets. Hiese are ery
MS. on line proposed Rapid Transit,
too, on Heretanla street, near Keeau
nt, running throuch to Young street,
'he most desirable building sites In the
K. 10 v
R. tj it
to. 401 1 170, on Noblvy street. Kallhl. lth L on
side rt. Good ttevatlon, jood view: cheap;
rnuM I iM'n to be appreciated.
FOR SAM On Young M near Kaplotanl, a choice
residence of Y bed-rooms parlor and dining room,
Ulclirn nnd rantr) , bath and paten' W. C ; good
sJumHng, stable, out-house vmanti quarters.
Coiid tncoTr rropcrt) rents for $40 monthly. She
Hot. 75x1 j
No. 47 In Kaplolanl Park, tooxsoo; a desirable
home, containing owner's barn, out houses, etc.;
fruit and ornamental trees. Either for sate or
Hill be leased to a desirable tenant.
No. 4075 x 115. on Anapunl street. Cottage 7 rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation; cheap,
No. $0 75 x 300 Magaiine, and Thurston and
Spencer. Good elevation; faces on three Hi.
No. 51 $1 x 157. comer Wilder Avenve and Kewalo.
Nice house of 7 rooms and bath large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; barn and out
buildings. TO LI T A desirable Residence on Magaiine st.
(Punchbowl), seven rooms, bath and toilet, barn,
chicken house servants' quarters Large grounds,
with fruit and ornamental trees, Beautiful view of
FOR SALE AT HILO.
1ChCiKf A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
CjSStTlJL? fare, cheap rent. HFTEEN YEAR LEASE OF THIS PROP
ERTY Wll L BE SOLD SEPARATELY. Two story building, with good living
rooms nbo e, even thing complete as regards Bakery. Including wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of 111 health, satisfactory
terms can be arranged with a desirable party.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
FAClFiG IMPORT COMPANY
Model Block, - - Fort Street.
350 dozen Ladies' Fast
Black Hermsdorff Dyes, Lisle
Thread Hose. Will be placed
on sale from 10 to 12 o'clock at
J cents, regular 50cent Hose.
pje nnore than six pairs to each
pei son will be sold.
- 250 dozen Gents' full
fin' hed Balbriggan Hose, at 9
ceir.s a pair, regular price 15
cei;i3. One dozen to each per
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
Ytgj'M '" 'Ml column will ht ininUJ allfttntl
jm a lintfiril initttion; to ttnli HtonJ initT
lion; Jo Mirli a uttk ani ,o tints a month. 7l it tot
tttaftit aJvtttiiwf rwr efftrtj ttt ftofU of Honolulu.
ANTED-A YOUNG MAN to DRIVE WAGON.
Address WACjON. Bulletin office, ti)o-tt
W ANTED-A YOUNG LADY IN STOKE. Ad-
dress "D," this oflice. m8-jt
UANTED Soo Men to get shaved for nc. (white
oarrersj ll. J LI IS,
6io!S Tort street, opp,
TO LET DESK ROOM spaces In let. Apply to
I HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMEN
TAL CO , 641 King street. f 116
COR SALE-One SMIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
I order. Apply to II. G. Plan, l-ort St noftt
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
rt Suitable for chapel or residence, Dergstrom
Music Co . Fort street. iqot
EST j cent mesl In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Lind s fcxceisior Kestaurant. 1041
LOST A Man"s Silver Watch, between the Boat
landing, near Queen strert, and the Oceanic
wharf. A suitable reward Is offered for return of
same to this office. mstf
IlOAItl) AND ROOMS.
ICELY rURNISIIED TnONT ROOM, with or
whhnut board Best locality terms moderate.
511 Heretanla street next City feed Store 1100-im
DECIDES ON AHIEXH1BIT.
Continued from Pngo 1.
Tlio nmondraout wnn lost nnd
the motion carried without dis
sent. President Alherton, Secretary
Spencer and Mr. Dillingham were
nppointod a committee to advise
the Commission. It wns aleo de
cided that the president, at his
convonieDce, appoint several hon
orary members of the Ooiumis
It wns tho sonso of tho meeting,
expressed particularly by Messrs,
Irwin aud Walker, that tho busi
ness publio beine interested in
tho exhibit should bo nskd to
subscribe to the fund of $10,000
There being no furthpr busi
ness the meeting ndjourued.
Upon tho advice ot tho Advisory
committee the Commissioners will
get !o work at onco collecting the
COMMISSIONER BROWN'S SAY
Fred f ison is proparod to
in HftWn slono and marble.
Anybody 1 1 airing tho same will
" luo place their order nt onco.
y nrinl Day is fast npproaching.
3. ul noar Alakea streets.
Now England Lnkory & Candy
Co., Hotel stroot mnnufaoturo a
fine lino ot bread, pastry, wed
ding cakes, ico oreums, sherbets
and candies finest in tho oity
and prices very low. Telephone
74. J. Obwald Lotted, Mnna-gor.
For additional Shipping News tee seventh page.
Boston, May C Joshua. K.
Brown, United States 0uine6P
Inspector at Hawaii, has ramie a
report relatinu to the introduction
of Asiatic labor into the islands.
In tho course of the report lie
says that tho Exccutivo Council is
now earnestly considering the
question both with reference to
the present needs of tho islands
in their rapidly iucreaeiug agri
cultural developments and to tho
effect any attempt to meet tho in
creasing demands for labor may
have upon their futuro rela
tions to the "home government."
This has resulted in a notice to
the Planters Association that
same policy must be adopted look
ing to the restriction of the pres
ent influx of assisted Asiatic la
borers. The public Mr. Brown asserts,
is thorougly imbued with the
idea that the large number of
Japanese laborors brought to the
islands since annexation has al
ready aroused antagonism in tho
United States, and that a continu
auco of the policy will result in a
colonial rathor than in n territo
rial form of government for the
islands, while on the other hand
it is admittod that the malorial
prosperity of the country will bo
seriously hinderod if foreign
labor cannot bo obtained for the
largo areas of land now being
rapidly brought under cultivation.
The whole uumber of Jitpaueee
laborers admitted to tho ieltnds
sinro annexation. Mr. Brown savs.
is rj.lbO. Uf this uumbor 1197
wero free, tho only requirement
being that oaoh individual shall
be the possessor of $50 in pold or
ite equivalent. The romiintng
10,983 ware contraot laborers.
Theso contracts aro simply that
tho laborer shall work for tho con
tractor three years on stipulated
terraB. At tho ond of that period
he is at liberty to remain in the
country or leave it at his own
About half of the population,
Mr. Brown says, is Asiatic, and
tho numbor of Japaneso exceeds
tho Ohineso by about 10,000. Ho
predicts that before tho ond of the
present yoar the Asialio nonala-
tion of the islands will largnly ex
ceed all other nationalities com
bined, and the exoesB of Japanese
over Chinese will bo fully doublo
what it is now.
Diamond Heat) Slftunl Station, Mnv
2Tj, p ni Weather huzy,awlntl fresh
Weather Bureau, Puunhou, May 26
Temperature Monilnir minimum,
72: Midday maximum, 70.
(Barometer corrected for eravlty- .06,)
Barometer, Oam, 30.00. Irregular.
Rainfall, do, .00.
Humidity nt 0 a m 63 percent.
Dow Point 02 F.
AVednufiday, May 24.
StmrWalnlcale, Green, from Muka
well; 3250 bags sugar to W. O. Irwin
Thursdny, May 25.
Stmr Mlknlmla, Thompson, from
Knnul ports; GMolmyB nuuur to Alex
ander &, Baldwin anil 30 bdls bides.
Thursday, May 25.
StmrWnlalcale, Green, for Kllaucn
at 4 p m.
Stmr Mlknlmla, Thompson, for Ka
ritnir Helcue, Macdonald, for Ktliel
Ookiiluand 1'npnloautri pin.
Am bulir Itepuut, Olsun, for San
Am bl Topgallant, Luiidwnldt, for
tlioBountl In lialluHt.
VEHUEL8 LEAVINO TOMOltROW.
Stmr Iwnlaul, Gregory, for Ho
nolcia nu ' Kukulhnule nt 0 am.
StmrKmml, llrnlui.for LuhnlDa and
Knnnapjll at 4 p in.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tlie Kauai is disoharping sugar
into tho Andrew Welch today.
The Hnleno sailt for Kiliei and
other Maui port this afternoon.
The Fred E Sander sails io bal
Inst for the Sound sometime to
morrow. The schooner Waialua sails for
Haualei and Ealihiwai at 5 o'clock
Tho Waialeale that arrived from
Kauai yesterday afternoou reports
an abundance of rain at Nuwili
wili, Kapaa and Kilauea.
The Topgallant for tho Sound
in ballast and the Repeat for San
Ftancicoo with a full load of ougar
both sailed this forenoon. The Be
peat took n cargo of 11.8CG bags of
sugar valued at $53,707.81.
The Fort George is taking on
stignr from the Iwalani today.
Captain Morse expected to net
away for Now York this week but
his BUgar has been coming in so
slowly that he will not be able to
sail until Tuesday next.
Tho MikabaU arrived from Ka
uai pirls this for-noju with a full
cargo of sugir. She should have
beou in this morning but the
weather alone the coist of Kauai
and in the channel was very bad.
luo steamer took about eighteen
hoiiiB to cat here. She reports ti9.-
872 bags of sugar loft on the Gar
den Islo and the Kilohana nnd
Keauhou discharging at Hauama
ulu. The Mikahnla will sail ag-iiu
on her usual route this aftoruoon,
returning on Sunday.
From Kauai, pir slmr Mikalia
la, May 25 V A Baldwin and 3
M'KINLEY'H WESTHIN TniP.
A Sharp Cut in Knives,
And a chance to get a bargain, while they last. We lately
had sent to us 250 sample POCKET KNIVES, so that we
could select our new stock. As the makers knew that they
could not get them back without heavy expense and bother
with the Custom House, they instructed us to make a SPECIAL
SALE and clean them all out as soon as we had selected our
stock. You will see them in our window 50c knives for 25c,
$t knives for 50c, $ 1.25 knives for 75c, and so on up. Your
pick of each lot for the marked price on same. Every knife is
guaranteed to be of the best quality, and any proving defective
we will replace or return money if they are returned to us.
The sooner you come the more you have to pick from.
Bargains in Pocket Knives.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kine Sts.
Columbia and Itambler Agonts.
IN HONOR OF VICTORIA.
Continued from Pngo 1.
sent were President D tie, attend
ed ty Colonel J. M. Soper, Mrs.
Dole, Minister and Mr. E. A.
Mott-Smith, Minister S. M". Da
mou, Conoul and Mrs. Haywood,
R-v. and Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh,
Bev. and Mrs. V. H Kitcat, F. A.
Slmefer, dean of the consular
corps, and Mrs. , Schaefer, Mr.
and Mrs. "W. G. Irwin, Mr.
acd Mrs. L. A. Thurston,
MrB. F. M. Hatch, A. M. Brown,
Marshal of Hawaii, nnd Mrs.
Brown, Major Mills, T. Bain
Walker, H B.M 's Vice-Consnl and
Mrs. Wnlker, Judge Stiuloy.Cupt.
nnd Mrs. Sinker, Chinese Consul
Ah Pin aud party, together with
mauy representative people of the
inlands and army and navy of
Music was furnished by tho
Hawaiian band led by Captain
Merger nnd by the Quintet club.
There were ufteon regular Hnd
extra dances. Tho Hihlnud
soliottisoho wan a feature. Judge
Stanley and Robert Oattnn were
among tlie interpreters of the in
spiring measures of this number.
During mv absence from the Islands,
Mr. Sjmuel F. Chlllingworth will act for
me In my Gener.il Business, and as Solicit
ing Agent for the Japan Emigration Com
pany, under full power of attorney.
G. E. BOARDMAN..
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I., May 22, 1809.
Washington, May 10. Prod
dent MoKinley proposes to make
a tour of tho West during his
coming summer vacation. Ar
rangemenU for the trip have not
yet beou perfected, but it is under
stood that ho will go to San Fran
cisco by the Hutuern Pacific
route and return to this city on
board a special train of the North
ern Pacific, stopping en route at
Yellowstone Park and other paints
ofiuterost He will leave about
the middle of July and bo gone
probably six uorks.
IbeAumiuistration ollicials cog
nizant of the President's plans
strenuously deny that the trip lias
any political purpose in vinw, aud
they likou it to the journey made
by the President last lull to the
Omaha exposition, tho result of
which, however, was the demand
of the American Peace Commis
sion for the cession of the entire
Philippine archipelago. There is
no doubt that the President will
take advantage of tho trip to as
certain for himself the publio sen
timeut in the West on the ques
tion of the retention of the Philip
pines. 00 tar as can uo learned
ho does not propose to make any
sot speeches, though undoubtedly
he will address the neoplo at
points at which his train will stop
along tuo route.
Subscribers io ibe BUL
LETN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying ibe TSust
ness Office, Telephone 256.
Book Cases, Letter Files,
Document Files, Press Stands,
Chairs, Stools, &c, of all styles
and prices, just received ex the
bark "Mohican," and placed on
sale at our warerooms on Queen
stret. We are prepared to outfit
your oltice complete, uur new
stock contains some of the very
utest and up-to-date time-saving
devices for business men. Call
and be convinced.
Office, Queen Street.
IIM TELEPHONE 311.
WE CAN SUPPLY
In New and
Lewers & Cooke,
t: 33 Queen Street
On SATUltDAY, May 27tli
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho promI-on, Qnoon utrcot, rnnr of
the flows. It Kstato olUco, I will soil at
pub I lu unction,
2-5 IIEAD HOUSES AND MARES. 4-
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
corner of Beretanla and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretanla St. and 93 feet on Miller St.
Area 4790 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property
one of which Is now rented for $25 per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1 176 33 Queen St '
:has s desky proprietor
i. f. post manager
The $10,000 Beauty
Serpentine Dancer, as the GODDESS POX.
Mr. Frank Barton,
Baritone and Comedian
Jim Post V
General Admission. jc. and 50c.
Last six rows for Children under 11 years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs. 50c.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 50.
Small ads. in the Bulletin arc not
overshadowed by bigger ones.